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  1. #1
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    Some jobs I have been on.

    Here are a few pictures of work I have done, all taken with my phone so excuse the quality:





    Let me know what you think.
    Thanks.

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    Looks damn good. Nice job

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    Nice!

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    I wish I could see more jobs like those.

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    Talking some jobs i have been on

    very nice job only thing i dont care for is the power cord zip tied to the pipes if the hot one gets warm enuf you might melt the cord over time .


    Quote Originally Posted by Jhoskins View Post
    Here are a few pictures of work I have done, all taken with my phone so excuse the quality:





    Let me know what you think.
    Thanks.

  6. #6
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    You are a wiz with that tubing bender.

  7. #7
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    about the best lineset ive seen, very nice

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    Nice!

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    So fresh and so clean clean
    Quote Originally Posted by k-fridge View Post
    The laws of physics know no brand names.

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    When a customer gets a job that appears like this one , they usually rest easily knowing all the stuff they cant see is done right as well.

    Nice one.

    The paperwork holder and filter size are nice touches as well.

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    I'm wondering if indeed is a switch disconnect or a removable fuse block type for the condensing unit.If it is a pull type fuse block think before you would ever remove while under load.Who knows,if it,s raining or a super warm day and you,ve got a good sheen of sweat ,possibility of an arc?
    I would remove the low voltage signal to the contactor first.I,m just saying,b/c there have been times when homeowner isn,t even there,you've come across town,they're going to be billed min.anyway but hey you,re there and don't have access to anything but condensor unit so you want at least to check it out.
    What say thee?

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    Very nice!

  13. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by AiResearch View Post
    When a customer gets a job that appears like this one , they usually rest easily knowing all the stuff they cant see is done right as well.

    Nice one.

    The paperwork holder and filter size are nice touches as well.
    Thanks guys, I appreciate all the feedback. Fortunately I work for a company that requires us to spend the time to do it right the first time and make the job look good.

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